Get Ready for Netball in 2020

Welcome to a new season of netball with Mt Albert Primary School. See below if you have not yet registered your child's interest in playing for one of our teams entering the Windmill Park Competition. Here are the details:

Year 4 – Future Ferns Games take place on Thursdays starting 30th July
Games and skills sessions played on Thursday afternoons 4.00pm | 4.55pm | 5.50pm

Year 5 and 6 - Games take place on Wednesday starting 29th July
Competition games Wednesday afternoons 4.00pm | 4.55pm | 5.50pm | 6.45pm (if required)

Registration and fees

Please complete this registration form for your child if you have not yet done so. The deadline for registration is Friday 12th June. Fees should be paid online at the school shop. The fees are as follows:

Year 4: $60
Year 5 and 6: $75

Fees include: team registration, prize giving, equipment and uniforms. The Year 5 and 6 fee also includes the cost of umpires (supplied by Auckland Netball).
Children will not be able to participate until both the registration form and the fees have been received.

Parent/caregiver responsibilities:
By joining a team, players commit to attending all training sessions and games. Parents/caregivers must ensure their child attends trainings unless they are sick AND must transport their child to and from the games at Windmill Park, Mt Eden. Timely communication with team managers around any absences is essential.

Parent coaches and managers
Every team needs a parent coach and manager – we simply can't field a team without volunteers for these roles. No netball experience is necessary, just the time and desire to support the team.  Please contact mandy@maps.school.nz if you are interested.

Pre-season training sessions (1-1.45pm at school)

Lunch times at school
Year 5 - Thursday 11th June
Year 4 - Wednesday 17th June
Year 6 - Thursday 18th June

Further details about game rules and how the rounds will run can be found here. We are looking forward to a fabulous season of netball this year and with so many new players on board it will be a great learning curve for many!